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This is a piece of furniture that can be bent like a snake and is screwed solid with nuts. You can create lots of different tables and chairs. ...
32 - 1 foot sections of 2x49 - 15" sections of threaded rod ( I used 5/16" rod )18 - grade 8 nuts (size of rod)100 - 1 ...
I cut my 8' 2x4s into 11 3/4" pieces with a chop saw. Just try and pick a length that you want that uses your wood efficiently.
There's probably a better way to do this (like a band saw), but I set up a jig on my chop saw. You SHOULD cut slightly to one ...
I clamped 8 together at a time and ran them through the table saw at the right height to cut out the blocks. Notice they still stay in ...
They snap out with a hammer easily and left less of a problem than I thought. I just sanded the "V" smooth with a circular sander.
A drill press and quick jig would make simple work of this but I was without one. Marked the spot and just eyeballed what's straight. Make sure to ...
The friction of wood against wood alone will not support much weight so washers covered with sandpaper are put in between all the cracks; 63 needed, I made ...
I sanded with a random orbit sander and stained them with black walnut danish oil.
Cut the rods to 15" or however short you feel conferable (the width of 4 2x4s is 14"). Screw the nut on the end, slip two washers on ...
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